Update 2/23: Humble just added a new, temporary perk. If you prepay for a year of Humble Monthly, you’ll get a bonus $20 Humble wallet credit, which you can spend on anything in the Humble Store, or on any Humble Bundle.
If you can stomach buying refurbished, Amazon’s got some seriously great gaming laptop deals in today’s Gold Box.
The latest Humble Bundle has a pretty enticing theme: The best games from last year’s bundles. Name your own price for the likes of Dead By Daylight, Verdun, Turmoil, and more. Just $10 unlocks all of the games, but any donation at all unlocks the first tier.
Civilization VI’s first major expansion finally comes out on Thursday, and you can save 25% by preordering it from Green Man Gaming with promo code EARLYBIRD25. Just be sure to get yours before Gandhi nukes this deal.
If you’re into racing games, DiRT Rally for $10 is one of the best deals you’ll ever see. That’s the best price ever on the realistic rally racer, which now includes full Oculus VR support.
If you liked Gone Home, or are generally a fan of leisurely, narrative-driven games, you should absolutely add Tacoma to your Steam library for under $10, courtesy of Chrono.gg. If you’re on the fence, be sure to check out Kotaku’s review.
Humble’s 2018 Paradox Interactive bundle is a goldmine for strategy gaming fans. Eight titles are spread across three different price tiers, and you can get them all for as little as $12, including games like Stellaris, Europa Universalis III, Cities In Motion 2, and more. As always, you get to name your own price,…
Furi answers the age-old question, “why don’t they just build the whole game out of boss fights?” It’s certainly not for everyone (opinions at Kotaku are split), but if it seems like the kind of game you’d be into, you can get it on Steam (via Chrono.gg) for $12 today, including the One More Fight DLC pack.
The Humble Monthly subscription plan delivers you a selection of new games (to keep!) every month, gives you 10% off everything in the Humble Store, and donates 5% of each month’s proceeds to charity. If you prefer to play your games on PC, it might just be the best deal in gaming.
Humble’s kicking off the new year with a staff-picked game bundle, including the likes of Bioshock Infinite, Punch Club, Shenzhen I/O, and even a $2 wallet credit if you’re a Humble Monthly subscriber*. As always, the games are DRM-free, and split across multiple price tiers, the most expensive of which unlocks at…
Civilization VI made some major changes in its summer update, and you can pick up the game for $30 today, the best price we’ve ever seen. Amazon lists it as the Mac version, but all you’re really buying here is a Steam code, so it’ll work on PC as well. Just be sure to place your order before Gandhi nukes the deal.
Cryptark was really good a couple of years ago in Steam Early Access, and it’s even better now (80 on Metacritic). But instead of paying $15 for the 2D spaceship invasion simulator, buy it from Chrono.gg today to get a Steam code for $5. That’ll work on PC, Mac, and even Linux.
Green Man Gaming is wrapping up the year with a Million Sellers Sale, which features games that have—wait for it—sold a million copies. Plus, promo code GMG17 will take an extra 17% off sitewide (with some exclusions), so you can fill up your Steam library on the cheap.
Corsair’s K-series mechanical keyboards are some of your favorites for gaming, and for general use as well, and the Lux model of the K70 with full RGB backlighting and Cherry MX Brown or Red key switches is down to $110 on Amazon right now, a match for Prime Day. I use a different model of the K70 every day, and…